Business

Dundee resident LeRoy Whipple owns and manages Whip's Dog Days Hot Dogs located near CC Little.

Whip’s Dog Days has been a staple business at the University of Michigan for almost 25 years, serving students Koegel hot dogs at C.C. Little out of the back of a trailer.

LoftSmart, a New York-based startup seeking to connect college students with off-campus housing, is hoping to make an impact in the Ann Arbor market. 

Students with dietary restrictions know all too well the feeling when they can’t order a meal at a restaurant because it either contains nuts, gluten, dairy, meat or an allergen.

The University of Michigan Office of Research and the College of Engineering announced a new driverless vehicle technology partnership and $27 million investment from Frontt Capital Management Ltd., a Chinese investment firm, last week.

Workers paint the upcoming Avalon Bakery, which will open in 6-8 weeks at 129 E Liberty St., on Monday.

Detroit-based bakery Avalon International Breads is expanding outside the city by opening a brand new cafe in downtown Ann Arbor.

Former Deans of Ross, Ross Dean Scott DeRue, University President Mark Schlissel, Jeff Blau, and Stephen Ross cut the ribbon at the grand opening of Blau Hall on Friday.

To kick off homecoming weekend, the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business celebrated the expansion of the Business School with the new $135 million Jeff T.

Spitballing isn’t just for fifth grade classrooms.

As part of their second Ann Arbor location opening on Eisenhower Parkway, Blaze Pizza hosted a giveaway of up to 1,000 free pizzas between 11 a.m. and 9 p.m. Tuesday.

Ann Arbor residents Wade De Vries, 3 years old, and his father Greg De Vries try pickles at The Eighth Annual Pickle Contest and Public Tasting at Downtown Home & Garden on Saturday.

On Saturday morning, Ann Arbor locals and visitors puckered up to sample a selection of 43 pickled foods at Downtown Home & Garden on South Ashley Street — a store that has been around for more than a century.

Wheeling its way down the freeway from the Motor City to Ann Arbor every Thursday, the iconic Slows Bar BBQ will be available weekly in the Ross School of Business’ Seigle Cafe to cater its famous slow-cooked sandwiches and other entrees to the community during lunchtime.